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WEB EXTRA: Coast Guard Unloads Close To 27,500 Pounds Of Drugs At Fort Lauderdale Port

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WEB EXTRA: Coast Guard Unloads Close To 27,500 Pounds Of Drugs At Fort Lauderdale Port

WEB EXTRA: Coast Guard Unloads Close To 27,500 Pounds Of Drugs At Fort Lauderdale Port

U.S. Coast Guard Southeast's cutter Hamilton team, originally stationed in Charleston, South Carolina, offloaded about 26,000 pounds of cocaine and 1,500 pounds of marijuana at Port Everglades.

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